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All of the Quaker Brand.
We have them.
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1014.
ONE, QOPY ONE CENT.
TMNJfPP DRHQ IjKAIUMH RETAILERS,
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". : MY HOSIERY:
jfe7?llo''s.ocks I got from thee, dear heart,
u Ha' Are made, indeed, for churls not mo
, Though tho seams look good they rip
, ' apart
. My, hosiery! My hosiery I
"Nor is my tnsto for Alice blue,
Cerise and color gaycty.
But for a quiet or somber luio
In hosiery I hi hosiery I
I' have no Use for fancy braid,
And nolkadots are not to mo;
, Vot Tonly want tho plainest made
y hosiery I
know you do yov
, And plenso tho u
ronr best to try
manly heart of mo;
But, my dear, Task just let me buy
My hosiery! My hosiery!
Mrs. .T. D, Easton and daughter, Miss
Edith arrived homo Tuesday after a
visit with relatives at Manchester.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Govern m on t reports show tho steady
output ot coal during the last few
years has made the dealers pnsu (or
wider markets, We afo going to get
more brade your trade by giving
you a groater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt uuloss
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
or anything in building tnnterial, don't fail to get our prices before buying'.
We will give you the same quality for less rnouey, or better .quality for the
same nioney. We are building our business with that reputation.
We have as near a complete stock as you can find, and can load u house com
plete on the same day onler is received.
t5et our price and you will leave your order.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Umostone Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KV
A. A. MoLaumimn. L. N. Rkiian.
Mrs. Welburn Beeso has accopted a
position as stenographer with Dr. W. H.
Tho Important feature of any trans
planter Is tho valve mechanism. Ex
amine the Improved Tiger. The valve
on this transplanter has a flat rubber
cut-off and Vt hose that Insures plenty
of water. The Tiger makes tho farmer
absolutely independent of the
weather. Ho sets his tobacco when
he gets his ground ready and it makes
no diilerenco whether the soil is dry
, or moist. This machino was designed
primarily for the purpose of enabling
the farmer to transplant, irrespective
of seasonable conditions. At the same
time, it is constructed to mako
planting more rapid and accurate. Yon
can't go wrong in buying a Tiger. They
will '"'doliver the goods." If you are
too busy to come in, 'phono us and we
will give you the names of some ol
your neighbors who are delighted Tiger
S WE NEED SP4CE!
S Our wall paper bins are crowded. We will
offer Golds, Browns and Tans at 5c per roll. B
S Ca 11 and see. Mat Cutting Machine for sale. S
J. f . KACKLEY & CO.
E. M. THOMPSON
Brooksville Undertaker and Brother of
Maysvllle Resident Passed Away.
E. M. Thompson, Brooksville under
taker, died suddenly of heart trouble
at his homo there. He had been in his
usual good health up to the timo of his
death. Ho was about seventy years ot
nge and is burvived by his wife, one
son, Taylor Thompson, and ono daugh
ter, .Mrs. .1. E. Poage. The remains were
interred at Eliznvillo Cemetery
Deceased was a brother of Mr. Iialph
Thompson and Miss ifuldah Thompson
of' East tiet'iMd street, who attended
the funeral. lie was a frequent isitor
Assessed By State Board of Valuation
Gas Qo. $80,000, Street Railway
Crane Wilbur at Gem today.
Miss Dorothy Best is homo from Mid
way orphan school.
Kr.-Aikfort, Ky., May 27. Tho State
Hoard of Valuation nnd Assessments-
to-day mado tho following assessment
Cynthiana Electric Light Co., .$J,000;
l'ans (las & Electric Co., $75,000; Mays
'villo Oos Co., $80,000; Mnsou County
Mutual Tolephono Co., $12,000; Big
Sandy Telephono Co., $5,000; Flemings'1
burg Tolephono' Co., $7,500; Glasgow
Home Telephone Co., $8,000; Vnnco
burg TelephcAio Col, $0,000; Ashland
Iron and1 Coal Railroad, $1,000,000;
Greenup Light Co., $0,000; Citions
Telephono Co., ,$C."iO,000; Adnms Ex
press $000,000; Southern, $17i",000;
Maysvllle Street Railroad & Transfer
Mr. H.'Alaeey Humphroys, one of the
chief operators at the C. ie (). depot,
has g(.io to Chicago for a visit, his wife
having boon there for some. time.
All new designs in Wall Paper and
Rugs at HENDRIOKSON'S.
.Mr. llarry it. iirimtli, aged zt cefK
and Miss Mnrv C. White, aaed 21..bl)liSM
of Connoxsville, ind., were married
Squiro Hutter in tho County
oOli-o, lalo yesterday afternoon.
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BEST SPRING MEDICINE
that monoy can buy is OXY-TONIC. It tones up the
system and builds up your general health. Absolutely tho
best blood purifier you can get. Excellent for children,
for constipation1, biliousness, sick headache, liver and
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. TISosRf ET'
Five-reel feature film nt Gem today
Mrs. Glnra Reuokanip, ueo Miss Trmn
Lovell, of Cincinnati, was the guest of
her grandfather, Mr. U. H. Lncl, yes.
Now is tho timo to do your wall aperin; und
painting. Come in. Wo win show you junt wlmt
you need. AVo lmve a full lino of Wall Papers,
PiiintH, Enamels, Etc. See our lino bofore buying.
CRANE & SHAFER,
Jjm AiESOiEilJGiSfli & CO.
MaysvillB's Best Chilling and Man's and Boys' Shoo Store.
WE ARE SHOWING THE BEST LINE OF HOT WEATHER APPAREL IN THE STATE.
READ THE LIST:
The finest untitled Blue Serge Suit ever shown in
A splendid line of Palm Heach Suits and extra
White Serge Suits.
While Serge Trousers.
White Duck Trousers.
Shcpperd Check Worsted l'.iuts, very new in design .
Hlue Serge Coats and an pndtess variety of Cotton
and linen Pants, both for dress and work.
Just received, another lot of our $5 Blue Serge
Knickerbocker Boys' Suits, the best suit for the money
sold in tlte state.
Our $4.60 and 5 Boys' Suits in colors, of which we
have sold hundreds, are wonderful bargains.
All manner of Hot Weather Shirts, including some
elegant silk fabrics.
See our Summer Neckwear, including beautiful
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'THE WARD KIDS'' SINQ TODAY.' NEEI, M. LEACH IN CINCINNATI.
Hear Pyrn n,nd Adeline Ward In X. M. Letch, Trallie Manager of tho
catchy Hong-hits this afternoon and . Texas and 1'ui'inV, and Assistant to the
evening at tho Pastime Theater,
President of tho International and
Great Northern, was a visitor at the
ollicea of the Queen and Crescent yt's
t rday. Wednesday's Enquirer.
Mr. heach is ti native of Maysville.
and is.-i son of tho lato O. Schultz Leach,
who recently died in New Orleans and
was interred in tho Maysvillo Cemetery.
Mr. Ross C. Owens is ngaiu back in
tho clothing store of I). Hoehinger
Co., alter several months' delightful
sojourning in Texas, CalifoiMia uud
other points In tho great West.
TEN TO NINE
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
REFINED CUT TEN POINTS.
New York. Tho Standard Oil Com
pany, of Now York, announced a re.
duciwu of4u points in tho prico of ro
fined petroleum for export, making re
fined in tanks 5 cents per galltfa, re
fined in cases 11 conts and Standard
whte nt New York and' Philadelphia
BANKS ALL TO CLOSE SATURDAY
Next Saturday is Decoratltfa Day and
all tho flvo banks of Maysvillo will bo
closed all day to observo tho event.
Notice is given to all persons who
have to have pay-roll money for Satur.
day to attend to same on Friday, May
29th. ' 27-2t
The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
52 W. SECOND ST., AND 201 SUTTON ST.
A WARM DRY SPELL.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
v-'weru notable from tho fact that tho
mercury was sizzling nnd reached 92
in the shade each day.
Tho continued 'dry veatlnjr lias caused
' Aho 'farmers a set back in plautlng the
'lolAcc crop. Hardly af.iy tobacco ha?
, MASON COUNTY ASSESSMENT
RAISED C PER ..CENT.
As a re-salt of the visit of TKIgo Rice
and other county bilielals to Frankiort
yesterday the Stato Board of Valuation
vnnd Assessment onjy increased Mason's
assessment 5 per cent, ou lands (Aid por-
fsounl property and nothing on town
Sounding Their Own Death Knell Says
Sir A. Conan Doyle.
New" York, May 27. Sir Arthur Co
nan Doyle, the British novolist, accom
panied, by Lady Doyle, arrlyed nt new
York today o, tho Wl'd'tii Star liner
Olympic. Doylo said that Knglnml had
stood nil that it could from tho mill
taut suffragettes, und that ho expected
"a wholcsalo lynching hep." Tho En
gllijli government," ho suid, loiipwc
public opinion nnd thus far public opiu
ion has not demanded tho entire nuji.
pressi(M ot tho sufTragettes, But it if
on the point of doing so, and when tho
English mob is thoroughly aroused, it
is not a respecter of sox."
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Was Tho Shape of Maysville's Dofeat
Yesterday at Tho Hands of Tho
Lexington, May 27. Tho Colts had a
hard fight to .win from tho Maysville
boys yosterday afternoon, duo principal
ly to tho ineffectiveness of Fletcher in
tho early iuMings, but finally turned
the trick iu tho ninth hy the score of
10 to 9. Tho game was a slugfest, with
Lexington always on tho long end of
the hits, although not always tho big
'end of tho score, tho Cubs getting most
of theirs when they needed runs.
Tho Maysvillo lads eamo iu for their
liaro of the luck whi'a sovoral of their
hits eamo on apparently easy chances
when tho ball took nasty hops over the
heads of the infioldors, Miko Konnich
having two to act mean for him u'nd an
other played a circus trick for "Bill'
White and drovo in two runs. But 'the
Colts had their slugging clothes c.i and
eighteen hits will win almost any old
ball game, with heady base runners on
Scoro by innings:
IrAiings 12345078 9
Maysvillo 1 0 I 0 3 0 0 1 0- Jl
Loxini-ton 10230120 1-10
FIFTH DISTRICT CONVENTION
tho Christian Churches of Five
Counties Held at Mayslick
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Tho Sunday School convention, com
posed of all tho Christian Churches in
Mason nnd four other counties, gathered
at tho Mayslick High School auditor
iuiu yesterday. An Immense crowd at.
tended and nil remarked that Kentucky
liospitality is not obsoloto.
Rov. R. II. Crossfield of Transylvania
University iu Lexington, Rov. William
Lloyd of Flemingsburg, Rov. John ,
Hilton und Mrs. .lohn Anbury of Louis
ville, spoko. ""
Tho following ollicors woro elected:
Rev. E. L. Miloy of Ellzavlllo, pres
ident. Mr. William E. Poguo of Mayslick,
Mrs. E. Vnllengal of Piqua, secretary.
Tho next convention will lie held at
Brooksville. Thoso attending from this
Ity representing tho Christian Sunday
School woro: Rov. A. F. Stahl, Mr.
.1. Ed Parker, Mr. Joe" Newell, Mr. floo
II. Frank, Mr, Robert 1. Thompson anil
Oil. laly, Mrs. Dr. Davis, Mrs, A. F
Stahl. Misses Ruth Kreitzor, Ada Em
mitt, Dorothy Douglas, Florouce Frank
Itosa Wataou, Ruth and Tbolma titahl
Tho people of Mayslick upheld the
jih(J(Iname.P that Community by the
manner of their 'enturtafiimont.i, Eivry.
IwdyfWM tjrairted'MXfiwIal 'gmt
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iOhy Uudor Shades
Ate getter Jhan jtfwnings, Qamboo Jcreens
or Canvas Props.
Vudor Porch Shades should not be confused with ordiuary porch sureous
canvas curtains or bamboo shades, for instance.
Awnings and canvas curtains shut out tho sun, but as they likewise pre
vent thu circulation of air, tho porch becomes an oven. It is like sitting in av
tent with the sun beating down upon it.
Bamboo screens afford practically no protection. On account of the nar
row, irregular strips uatxi, and the thick cords employed to hold them together,
the sun's rays find easy entrance through the cracks.
This defect also ptfrmits peoplb ou tho outside to ga.o in and thore is no
privacy behind n screen of this character.
Vudor Shaded have none of these defects but have every requirement of
the ideal shade. Order one today. Prices $2.75 to f.75 according to size, all
Vudor Shades aro alike in quality.
If you want cheaper Shades we have auother kind at $1.25 to l.)8
Sealed bids for laying about 320
porch of stono; also doing somo cement
work for City of Maysvijlo. See speci
fications at my office 203 Court street.
T. N. FOSTER, Chairman
Internal Improvement Committee.
BABY WALKING WITH ITS PA
RENTS TO CALIFORNIA.
With his wife and 3-year.old sou fol
lowing nnd a bundle under his arm, A.
C. Strauss walked into Louisvillo yes
torday from Chlcngo. Tho family is ou
its way to San Francisco, and thu baby
doos much of tho walking. They leit
Chicago April 25 nnd say they were
tieated to uu automobllo ride several
days ago. Tho wlfo makes ribbon has
kcts and tho husbands sells them, They
are sheltered at farm houses en routo.
Wednesday's Courier Journal.
ARUNDEL ON THE JOB.
Columbus, Ohio. Umpire Arundel u.f
New York Stato and Wisconsin, Ill
inois league, a man of experience, start
ed to work at Chillicothe. Hrowu Was'
released at Maysville. '
RED LETTER DAY
Our May Red Letter Day is always one ot our best cash sales days. We are going to try
to make this one a record-breaker.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
LADIES' SPRING SUITS
.OO Kind $lf.no
$20.00 Kind $14.0.5
$ir.oo Kind $u. an
Theso aro nil new goods bought this
One big lot of beautiful hats worth
Saturday's price, $2.08.
0x12 worth $3!00.
Saturday's prico, $1.08.
Jorsoy Top Silk Petticoats in Colors,
One lot of pretty FOULARDS Just
recolvod, worth 50e,
Saturday's prico, 10c.
A special lot iu all sizes, $1,0,0.
Cool and Comfortable. Low neck In
crepo, nansook, etc.
Special, fillc. ' ,
Slightly soiled, worth&p to $L00.
Saturday's price, 50e.
Special, 10c yd.
MATTING SUIT OASES.
Tho best ono you havo ovor seon at
08c worth M JO.
White and floral effects In all sizes,
'Rest values that cau bo bought.
Red and bluo "collars. An excellent
COLONIAL PATENT PUMPS
Another lot just received, $1.00.
Pumps, and; OxfOnls $L00 to- $3.00.
Tfiack and tan $3.00 to $5.00,
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